Uncommon, early Roland analogue BBD chorus (despite having "digital" in the name!). Excellent condition and working order. Obviously...
Uncommon, early Roland analogue BBD chorus (despite having “digital” in the name!). Excellent condition and working order.
Obviously shares some DNA with the Boss CE-1, however they are not that similar in terms of the circuit – for example the Boss uses MN3002 chips and this uses MN3001. It’s a pretty simple beast – you can’t vary the speed of the chorus or hall echo (short delay) so it’s really just a case of plugging in and dialling in the intensity of effect required. See below for a useful comparison video between this and the chorus in an RE-301.
Serviced and working well.
In excellent cosmetic condition with very few signs of age or wear.
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Roland DC-50 and RE-301 comparison, with thanks to the uploader:
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